Work may well be over, but drinks clearly don’t dilute the disagreements.
Tucked away near a coastal road at the foot of the stunning Saw Mountain, this abandoned car looked oddly serene — arguably even beautiful in its overgrown and lush surroundings.
But on closer inspection, its appearance masks a much darker story. Or at least it appears that way. As inside is what looks very much like a charcoal burner.
A grim scenario that could well explain the unusual location of the car, and its abandoned state. But if it does, one can only hope that the person(s) involved had a last minute change of heart. Or if they didn’t, then somebody, somehow, managed to intervene before it was too late…
Tokyo’s Kabukicho red light district isn’t the cleanest of places. Not by any stretch of the imagination, and in every sense of the word too. So it stands to reason than when a cigarette break beckons, the surroundings aren’t exactly what one would call scenic.
Good nights out often require good sleeps after. Sometimes right after.
Tokyo can be a horribly frantic city. One that all too often barely gives its residents time to breathe. But amidst the crowds and seemingly incessant noise, there are pockets of calm to be found. Places where one can sit down. Have an afternoon sake. And let the hustle and bustle slowly fade away.